Bisibelebath is a traditional recipe from Mysore. It translates to 'hot lentil rice' in Kannada. Startdesi FORGOTTEN FOODS Bisibelebath is made using Kodo millets instead of rice. It is believed that long before the advent of green revolution, millets were used in most dishes where rice is used at present. You will get an authentic taste of South Indian style Bisibelebath in our gluten free product. All ingredients are premixed. You just have to add water and heat for 7-8 minutes to savour the dish.
This pack of 400 grams dried powder can serve 5 people.
-Contains high plant protein content
-Rich source of minerals
-High fiber content
-Low Glycaemic Index
Step 1) Add 1 measure MIX to 3 measure boiling water.
Step 2) Stir constantly for 7-8 minutes on low to medium flame.
Step 3) Mix well. Serve hot. *Optionally serve with ghee and boondi.
*Measure means a cup or container of your choice
Little millet, split pigeon pea, salt, red chilly, spices, dehydrated carrot, beans, onion, potato, tomato, curry leaves, edible vegetable fat (interesterified), coriander, jaggery, turmeric, cashew nuts, tamarind.
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Millet Mysore Bisibelebath - 400G Serves 5 (Vegan)